Accessibility for People with Disabilities
Microsoft is committed to making its products and services easier for everyone to use. This section provides information about features that make Commerce Server 2002 more accessible to people with disabilities.
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This section contains:
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Accessibility Features
- For Additional Accessibility Information
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Accessibility Features
Commerce Server 2002 supports the following accessibility features of Microsoft Windows 2000 Server. These features can be used in Commerce Server Business Desk, Commerce Server Manager, and the Pipeline Editor.
Magnifier. Enlarges a portion of your screen in a separate window for easier viewing.
Narrator. Reads information on your screen, including dialog box names, menus, entered text, and so on. Narrator provides a minimum level of accessibility so that people who are blind or who have low vision can interact with Commerce Server during configuration or emergency situations.
- Narrator is available only with the U.S. English release of Windows 2000 Server.
On-Screen Keyboard. Displays a virtual keyboard so you can enter information by using a pointing device, such as a mouse or a switch input device. On-Screen Keyboard is compatible with many, but not all, keyboards and keyboard settings.
For more information about using these and other accessibility options, see "Accessibility for People with Disabilities" in the Windows 2000 Server Help.
For Additional Accessibility Information
For information about accessibility options, in Windows 2000 Help, see "Accessibility for People with Disabilities" in the Getting Started with Windows 2000 Server book.
For information about accessibility options in Microsoft SQL Server, see "Accessibility for People with Disabilities" in SQL Server Books Online.
To learn more about Microsoft products available for people with disabilities, visit http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=6683. This site contains:
- Complete information about accessibility services for Microsoft products.
- Information about a wide variety of third-party hardware and software products that are available to make it easier to use personal computers.
- An overview of other accessibility products, services, and resources that are available from Microsoft and other organizations.